Creating InfoPath Projects in Visual Studio
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Creating InfoPath Projects in Visual Studio

This section discusses how to migrate a managed code form template project that was created in Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 using Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications (VSTA) to Visual Studio 2005 with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the 2007 Microsoft Office System or Visual Studio 2008 with Visual Studio Tools for Office, and how to create an Office InfoPath 2007 COM Add-in.

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How to: Migrate a Project Created in Visual Studio Tools for Applications to Visual Studio

Describes how to migrate a form template project that was created in Office InfoPath 2007 using the Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Applications (VSTA) development environment to Visual Studio 2005 with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the 2007 Microsoft Office System or Visual Studio 2008 with Visual Studio Tools for Office.

How to: Create a COM Add-in to Add Custom Features to InfoPath

Describes how to create a COM Add-in to add custom features to Office InfoPath 2007.

Related Sections

Developing InfoPath Managed Code Form Templates

Describes how to create projects for InfoPath form templates that have business logic written in managed code (Visual Basic or C#) against members of the Microsoft.Office.InfoPath namespace.

Developing Managed Code Form Templates Using the InfoPath 2003 Object Model

Describes how to create projects for InfoPath form templates that have business logic written in managed code (Visual Basic or C#) against members of the InfoPath 2003-compatible object model provided by the Microsoft.Office.Interop.InfoPath.SemiTrust namespace.

Automating InfoPath from Other Applications

Describes the Office InfoPath 2007 primary interop and XML interop assemblies and how their types and members are used to automate Office InfoPath 2007 from external applications using managed code.

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